Cast Member: Shawn Yue
Dragon SquadMar 9, 2015
Even though it is littered with flaws, I feel I can’t give ‘Dragon Squad’ the complete thumbs down as it is one of those films that could easily pass for a guilty pleasure.
Dragon Tiger GateMar 9, 2015
Don’t compare it to Yen and Yip’s ‘SPL’ or ‘Flashpoint’, just sit back and enjoy a good old fashioned comic book blockbuster with heaps of kung fu action.
From Vegas To Macau IISep 17, 2016
‘From Vegas To Macau II’ gets very mild commendation for a few nods to past glories and the occasional joke that doesn’t feel like waterboarding.
From Vegas To Macau IIIOct 5, 2016
Packed with the deluge of banality and popular references that will doubtlessly age the film well before it’s time, this third part is every bit as frustrating and lazy as the one that came before it.
I Come With The RainMar 27, 2015
While it doesn’t completely succeed in its intentions it is still a brave, and very dark, experimental thriller recommended to the less judgemental out there.
Infernal AffairsMar 31, 2015
The film has one of the best stories I’ve seen in quite a while and the cast and crew all produce some of their finest work to date.
Initial DMar 29, 2015
The linear narrative and lack of real danger in the story may limit what would otherwise be a sure-fire hit.
Invisible TargetMar 30, 2015
Hard hitting action reminiscent of old school Hong Kong actioners, solid performances and sleek direction makes ‘Invisible Target’ one of the years best action flicks.
Jiang HuApr 1, 2015
Clocking in at around the 80 minute mark, ‘Jiang Hu’ is short and snappy, delving into a a specific moment in the characters lives making it neither overly complex or lacking in substance.
Just One LookApr 2, 2015
Amusing (though never crude) and nostalgic (though never overly sentimental), Riley Yip’s gentle ‘coming-of-age’ comedy/drama earns a major recommendation.
Legend Of The Fist: The Return Of Chen ZhenApr 6, 2015
‘Legend Of The Fist’ is a film that promises so much but delivers far less, especially considering this is a collaboration between Donnie Yen and Andrew Lau.
Mad WorldMay 25, 2018
It tackles a complex subject with real skill and, while not pretending to be the definitive film on the matter – as if any one film could claim to be – it is a work of rare brilliance.